Masters 2013: Tiger Woods called to Augusta National, according to report

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The man in question has been summoned to Augusta National well before his scheduled tee time, according to a report.

The wild Saturday morning at Augusta National continues, as Tiger Woods has reportedly been asked to come to Augusta National Golf Course. Tiger does not tee off until 1:45 p.m. ET, so he would normally not get to the course until much later in the day. But Barry Svrluga of The Washington Post tweets that Woods has been called in:

As Svrluga cautions, this does not necessarily mean it's a meeting to inform him he's been disqualified. But they also certainly wouldn't make the decision to disqualify him without talking to him first. It's perhaps the biggest ruling in the history of the tournament.

Augusta National officials started reviewing the issue this morning, as debate over the potential rules violation did not start up until late Friday night, after everyone had left the course. Little did they know what would be facing them when they woke up and came to the course on Saturday morning.

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